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9 of Airbnb’s most-liked Instagrams prove “nature” is the ultimate getaway


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As someone who spends a considerable amount of time perusing Airbnb for the best beachy escapes, ski chalets, and homes in places perfect for stargazing, I’ve concluded that the website is the main reason the term “Insta bait” even exists. And, apparently, it’s also adept at forecasting what wanderlusters want in a travel home base.

According to Airbnb and its Insta-bait–related research, a few travel trends dominated photo feeds in 2017: After examining its most-liked photos on Instagram last year, it found that people were really into A-frame cabins, secluded retreats, and locales where they could fully immerse themselves in nature. These are the nine homes that came out on top (like-wise).

And, ‘gram regardless, these impressive abodes would probably land on your healthy travel bucket list no matter what.

See 9 of the most popular Airbnbs on Instagram abodes below.

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1. Skykomish, Washington, $170 per night

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2. Packwood, Washington, $179 per night

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3. Lutsen, Minnesota, $675 per night

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4. Tulum, Mexico, $79 per night

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5. Atlanta, Georgia, $375 per night

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6. Amsterdam, Netherlands, $288 per night

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7. Paris, France, $138 per night

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8. Mollymook Beach, Australia, $312 per night

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9. Cape Town, South Africa, $167 per night

Have you heard that we’re leading our first ever Well+Good Retreat in Palm Springs this March? Email experiences@wellandgood.com to book your spot, ASAP.

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